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Lockheed Martin has developed a tool that consolidates disparate systems and assets from different domains into a single platform to speed up mission planning processes. The Multi-Domain Synchronized Effects Tool is designed to synchronize essential information from traditional stove-piped systems to allow warfighters to make decisions based on concurrent situational awareness of activity in multiple […] More
Todd Probert, vice president of mission support and modernization at Raytheon“™s intelligence, information and services business, has said the U.S. military needs a multidomain command-and-control platform that could help them make decisions in the future battlespace. “Developing these tools requires investing in truly open architectures, analytics, [artificial intelligence] and human/machine teaming capabilities that can connect and […] More
John Wood, chief executive officer at Telos, has been named a citizen member of the Virginia Cyber Security Commission by Gov. Terry McAuliffe to provide advisory services for the state’s cybersecurity efforts. Wood will be one of 11 citizen members in the commission, which McAuliffe formed in February to address cybersecurity concerns related to emergency management, training […] More
KBR has won a contract from an electricity provider as part of a program to reduce pollutants in Ghent, Ky., the company said Tuesday. The engineering, procurement and construction contract covers installation of air emissions control systems in all four generating stations located in the area. According to KBR, contract work represents 80 percent of […] More
Northrop Grumman Corp. has recently hit a key marker in weather forecasting with its launch of the advanced technology microwave sounder on the NPOESS Preparatory Project mission. The project provides weather forecasters with improved insight into the distribution of atmospheric moisture and temperature. Northrop’s ATMS was integrated into NPP in 2006 and provides improved sampling rate, spatial […] More
After spending most of the past decade defending the Department of Defense’s computer networks, the Joint Task Force Global Network Operations command cased its colors. Air Force Gen. Kevin P. Chilton, commander of U.S. Strategic Command, presided over the ceremony. He said that although the ceremony marked the end of the task force’s tenure, its […] More
The United States must be aware and focused on combating the threats in cyberspace, a DHS official told members of the House Committee on Homeland Security. “As a nation, it is essential that we are aware of, and focused on, the cyber threat,“ Greg Schaffer, assistant secretary at the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications at […] More
Getting your company“™s message out there isn“™t just the job of your corporate communications team. It“™s your job, too, says Rick Kiernan, vice president of strategic communications for L-3 Communications (right). That mission-critical task matters now more than ever, he adds. “The lifeblood of any organization is its people, their ability to communicate internally and […] More
 Military operations threatened by cyberassault will be aided by Lockheed Martin’s new information security tools: the “Mission Maker” initiatives. Lockheed Martin’s “Mission Maker” initiatives embed cybersecurity into command and control, add cyber threat monitoring to situational awareness capabilities, and enhance information operations. These capabilities are designed to ensure essential communications and data exchanges continue securely, […] More
Wartime contracting has faced more than its share of criticism lately. Just last month, the Commission on Wartime Contracting released its interim report, which offered this bleak assessment: Since 2001, America“™s reliance on contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan has reached “unprecedented proportions.“ But where some defense contractors might want to switch the subject, Suzan Zimmerman […] More
Mark Santamaria, former chief financial officer of Mission Essential, has been appointed as senior vice president and CFO of Cobham‘s advanced electronic solutions sector. He will oversee the sector’s legal organization, contracts and compliance efforts and will also serve on the board of Cobham subsidiary AES Holdings, the company said Monday. Santamaria previously worked in finance leadership roles […] More
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